If anyone appreciates what it means to be dead to the world, it's Ivy Wilde.Barely recovered from her brush with necromancy, Ivy is flung once more into a world of intrigue, adventure and potential death and disaster. It's not her fault - it just so turns out that she's now the only person in the... show more
If anyone appreciates what it means to be dead to the world, it's Ivy Wilde.Barely recovered from her brush with necromancy, Ivy is flung once more into a world of intrigue, adventure and potential death and disaster. It's not her fault - it just so turns out that she's now the only person in the entire world who can communicate with the dead. And they're a chatty bunch with a list of demands. When the ghosts offer information about a witch-hating mass murderer in return for Ivy's help, she has no choice but to get involved. She might be getting herself into more trouble than she realises though - and that's even before she's dragged to Sunday dinner so she can meet Winter's family...This is the third book in The Lazy Girl's Guide To Magic series.
Publish date: 2017-10-10
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Edition language: English
Series: The Lazy Girl's Guide to Magic (#3)
I needed something, light, unchallenging but with enough going for it to keep me interested to read, so I picked up the third book in "The Lazy Girl's Guide To Magic" and settled in to listen. I've resigned myself to having Tanya Eby as the narrator. She does a good job but I can't understand why ...
I'm actually repeating my review of the second book: I really liked the first book, a random Kindle Unlimited find. This was also a fun read, definitely edited and ready to be published. At time I read, it was also in KU. After enjoying the first book so much, I immediately binged the next two...
He missed having dust bunnies to chase after, and he was no match for the vacuum monster, much as he tried to kill it when it was sleeping in the cupboard.
There was a shaft of sunlight hitting the bedroom floor. At this time of day, Brutus always found it something of a dilemma. Was it better to lie in the shade but on the comfort of the bed, or to lie in the sun but on the hardness of the floor?
Every time I was in a life-or-death situation, I started to think I should lead a healthier lifestyle. The trick was to start avoiding life-or-death situations.